This post is part of a series on creating a simple audit for Microsoft Dynamics GP.
As I've shown over the last few posts, it is relatively easy to create a simple audit on a table in Dynamics GP, but this approach is not vert scalable and requires someone to manually create the SQL triggers. For a client on a shoestring budget and who wanted to audit one table, this approach sufficed.
However, for a larger client who would want to audit more tables in more than one company and who would want to have non-technical users maintaining the audited information, I would recommend a solution like Assure Suite from Fastpath which I have implemented with a umber of clients previously.
What brought this approach to mind was a client had an issue with some incorrect data and we could not determine who or what was changing some data, so I amended this custom audit for the tables we needed to record for that issue. In this instance, there was no need for a full audit solution as it will only be in place temporarily while investigating a specific issue.